lkstart [-w waitperiod]
This program starts up LifeKeeper on the current system if it is currently not running. lkstart modifies entries in the %LKROOT%\etc\LKinit.config file pertaining to the LifeKeeper daemons so that they will be respawned if they die.
The -w option, with waitperiod in seconds, can be used to change the timeout interval. Use the -w argument to specify a wait period before the startup.
The LifeKeeper service can be started using the Services mmc under Administrative Tools, or from a command prompt using either “sc start LifeKeeper” or “net start LifeKeeper”.
Note: This program must be run from the console.
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